There are multiple reports that Chauncey Billups has been offered a five-year deal to be the new general manager for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
ESPN reports that Billups met with Cavs owner Dan Gilbert Tuesday in Detroit and came to Cleveland for meetings with staff Wednesday.
According to reports, Billups has yet to accept the offer.
Billups is the first person to meet with Gilbert since he parted ways with general manager David Griffin this week when talks about a possible contract extension broke down.
While the Cavaliers are looking for Griffin’s replacement after he guided them to three straight Finals, it’s believed that Billups would take on a different role, perhaps as the team’s director of basketball operations.
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